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IHG Signs 8th MDA in Germany

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InterContinental Hotels Group has signed two Holiday Inn hotels under its eighth multiple development agreement (MDA) in Germany.

The two hotels - Holiday Inn Dresden - City South and Holiday Inn Villingen-Schwenningen are the first to be signed with new owner partner FFF Group. The MDA will see five IHG branded hotels developed in total.

Holiday Inn Dresden City South

Holiday Inn Dresden City South (formerly FFF City Hotel Leonardo), is due to open next year.

The 93-room hotel will feature the brands signature Open Lobby, as well as an all-day dining restaurant and four conference rooms.

The hotel is located nearby Dresden University of Technology on Bamberger Street.

Holiday Inn Dresden - City South joins Holiday Inn Dresden and Holiday Inn Express Dresden - City Centre. Holiday Inn Dresden - Am Zwinger is also due to open in the city in 2015.

Holiday Inn Villingen-Schwenningen

Holiday Inn Villingen-Schwenningen will be a new-build property opening in 2016.

The hotel will feature 178 rooms, a gym, an Open Lobby and extensive conference facilities with more than 500 square metres of conference space.

Located between the Villingen and Schwenningen municipalities, Holiday Inn Villingen-Schwenningen is the first IHG hotel to be developed in the area. It is located right next to one of the new and leading hospitals and research institutions on Schwenninger Street and is only four kilometres away from Villingen-Schwenningen train station.

Martin Bowen, Associate Vice President of Development, Germany, IHG said, Were delighted to have signed our eighth MDA in Germany and look forward to working with FFF on these projects. MDAs are proving to be a key driver in accelerating our growth and that of our owners in Germany.

InterContinental Hotels Group, IHG, Germany, Holiday Inn

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